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Old 07-11-15, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default What rubber rejuvinator?

OK some years ago I used a product from Armor All. It's now all gone.
Not seen any for some years so what's everybody using these days?
I want to use it on things like window rubbers, door seals and such like.
I don't mind a bit of a sheen ( prefer not too much ).
Prefer something that I could get easily ( from Halfords if possible ! ) but.....
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No response to your original question here, but did you figure out something yourself?

My rubber needs some rejuvenation! Hmm that sounds a bit dodgy!

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I use this stuff on all my black plastic trim. A small amount on a sponge goes a very long way.

Smells nice too and yes Halfords sell it

http://www.meguiars.co.uk/shop/endur...gloss-tyre-gel
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No response to your original question here, but did you figure out something yourself?

My rubber needs some rejuvenation! Hmm that sounds a bit dodgy!

Cheers

is it well used then ?
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I remembered, from a number of years back, that Wurth did something.
I found it on e bay, free delivery, and find that it is excellent.
Used it on door seals window rubbers and anything else rubber. Has given the parts a fresh dark rubber look, without any residual tackiness,and with a bit of a sheen.
As I wanted to do three cars thoroughly I bought three cans - waaay over purchased! I reckon one would have been more than enough - ah well! Will not need more in my lifetime !!
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I remembered, from a number of years back, that Wurth did something.
I found it on e bay, free delivery, and find that it is excellent.
Used it on door seals window rubbers and anything else rubber. Has given the parts a fresh dark rubber look, without any residual tackiness,and with a bit of a sheen.
As I wanted to do three cars thoroughly I bought three cans - waaay over purchased! I reckon one would have been more than enough - ah well! Will not need more in my lifetime !!
Does it get rid of and/or prevent green algae?
If yes, I'll happily take a can of it off ya hands.
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